One rule for one and another for the ordinary person

Today we hear a minister, un-named, has had his case dropped of sexual allegations – whilst continuing his Parliamentary work.

GREAT for him. There is no anonymity I have been told, over many years of campaigning for those accused of sex allegations

They are actually, either put on garden leave, or sacked, students are never allowed back to University, accused are made homeless by social services so some have to live on the streets in this virus ridden days. ACCUSED ARE DEPRIVED OF FAMILY LIFE FOR MANY YEARS and all lose there jobs for life. They are suffering more and more of mental health issues which we hear about.

BUT now a person, MP no less, of responsibility for the constituents has been granted anonymity and allowed to continue work. How can he face his constituents when he has been granted something they never will be??

We are here for those falsely accused of sex offences and child protection issues – find us on www.false-allegations.org.uk

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A PARLIAMENTARIAN AND A NORMAL PERSON THEY REPRESENT.

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